Hydrogen Battery for iPhone 6

Aug 25, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’re like us, part of your daily routine is plugging your phone in at night so that you aren’t dealing with a dying battery at the end of the day. It’s possible that rituals is about to become a thing of the past with a new hydrogen battery that can keep your smartphone charged for a full week without fail and without injuring the environment.

British design firm Intelligent Energy might have the solution to our smartphone power woes with a hydrogen-powered battery that creates energy by combining hydrogen and oxygen together. The result is a battery that can run for days by creating just a little heat and a modicum of water vapor for green, harmless power. Working hand-in-glove with Apple, this currently only works with iPhone 6 models, and they haven’t released a price yet, but once this is unleashed, the future promises to be very bright indeed.

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